EasyBound

Note: EasyBound is for the most part to be considered obsolete. The information on these pages is provided for historical reference only. No updates are planned.

EasyBound is a powerful tool for non-linear regression analysis of experimental data.

EasyBound can be used to analyze the results from a number of different types of pharmacological studies. Some examples are stimulation, inhibition, saturation, competition and kinetic experiments.

The latest version contains a new model for the analysis of stimulation experiments and the ability to lock the value of individual parameters during the calculations.

A paper on EasyBound has been published. You can read the abstract online. See also the References page for more information on where EasyBound has been used.

To learn more about EasyBound you can read the provided documentation. The text is taken from the help files distributed together with EasyBound.

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